Lightroom Classic: How To Cut The On-Screen Clutter
Apr29

Lightroom Classic: How To Cut The On-Screen Clutter

After Friday’s tutorial for more advanced users, I thought today I’d share one for some newer users, and it how to unclutter your screen by strategically hiding the four panels that eat up screen space and make your editing experience look more complicated than it needs to be. To open or close any panel, you can click the little triangle icon on the edge of the panel, but since you’ll be opening/closing these a lot...

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How to Have Your Lightroom Side Panels Auto-Hide To Give You More Viewing Space
Jul10

How to Have Your Lightroom Side Panels Auto-Hide To Give You More Viewing Space

You will either love this feature, or absolutely hate it, but either way, Benjamin Warde shows you how to use it in less than 60-seconds so you won’t have a lot invested if you decide it’s not for you. Thanks, Benjamin (and don’t hate me because I hate the Auto-hide feature). 😂 Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for Rob’s column. ๐Ÿ™‚ Have a great one!...

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How to Hide Unused Panels and Modules in Lightroom
Mar27

How to Hide Unused Panels and Modules in Lightroom

This video tip is near and dear to my heart. Makes for a much cleaner, uncluttered workspace.

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3 Ways To Zoom In On Your Photos in Lightroom
Jan25

3 Ways To Zoom In On Your Photos in Lightroom

Well, the headline pretty much says it, but there’s some other news there as well. ๐Ÿ™‚

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5 Tips For Using a Wacom Tablet With Lightroom
Jan06

5 Tips For Using a Wacom Tablet With Lightroom

This is one of those classic “best of” articles (from Matt) that was so good, and still so perfectly relevant, that I wanted to share it with all our new readers (and folks who missed it the first time around).

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Un-Cluttering Lightroom For How You Use It
Oct26

Un-Cluttering Lightroom For How You Use It

Happy Wednesday everybody! Here’s a quickie to help you customize and un-clutter your Lightroom interface, so just the stuff you actually use is visible (it’s that whole “less is more” thing). Above: If there are entire modules you don’t use (maybe you don’t ever use Maps, or Slideshow or the Web Module), there’s no sense in having them taking up mental and physical real estate. Just...

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